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02-25-2013, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by JesusBouillon View Post
Drouin is killing Mackinnon, he has to be number 1 now.

Is there any examples of 2 teammates where the one that got outscored badly in junior turned out to be the better NHL player?
Lecavalier had the same amount of points as Richards in 10 less games, so I guess he hypothetically outscored him by around 20 points at his pace. He also added 41 pts in 18 playoff games to Richards' 32 in 19 games.

Clearly in jr. Lecavalier was a more lethal scorer and regarded the better player at this time. Not sure who's career is more highly regarded at this point but I guess that is an example of how Jr. stats can be misleading.

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